'I look forward to the day it’s not a big deal a woman is on the field of a Major League Baseball game.'
Several women are juggling playing in professional leagues or have stepped away altogether to focus on healthcare work amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The entire Scrap Yard Dawgs pro softball team walked out on the organization this week, and many players have vowed to never play for them again.
Softball, football, hockey, soccer and basketball pro leagues don't have unlimited cashflow like men's sports, so their set of challenges is quite unique.
The college landscape remains the only true realm where there’s any protection to women’s athletics -- whether they bring in revenue or not.